Meet the Pear Analytics Leadership Team

    Ryan Kelly Founder & CEO

    Ryan has been doing web marketing since 2003, when Google was only 5 years old and not a publicly traded company yet, and things like Twitter and Facebook didn’t even exist. He started Pear Analytics in 2008 to help businesses measure their marketing results using advanced analytics techniques, and help drive more traffic to their websites.

    Ryan grew up watching Larry Bird and the Celtics, but is an avid Spurs fan. At 6′-6″, Ryan had dreams of professional basketball, but chose engineering school instead. He did get to play some ball with former NBA star Marcus Camby while at UMass.

    Skills:

    • Google-Analytics
    • Google-Adwords
    • BigCommerce
    • Google-Tag-Manager
    • Hubspot
    • Optimizely
    • wordpress

    Tracie Mendoza Chief Operating Officer

    Having done a little of this and little of that over the years – from comedy, retail management, education, and recruiting to name a few – Tracie landed in the Sales Field! This was no surprise to those around her, after all in kindergarten she had a line formed around the building, as she charged kids a quarter to color in her “Pink Panther Coloring Book!”  She has always had an entrepreneurial spirit and a go getter mentality, and sets out to accomplish whatever she puts her mind to. Tracie graduated from Dallas Baptist University, where she earned a BAS in Communications and a MALA in Fine Arts/History. When not closing a deal on the phone, you can find her shopping, traveling, and of course making people laugh! AKA: Laughologist, Retail Therapist, Music Fanatic, Lover of the Arts, and Reality TV Guru.

    Lisa Totino Director of SEO

    Lisa, a graduate of Trinity University, joined the Pear team in early 2011 and immediately took on the role of monitoring, controlling, and reporting all things data. She has shaped the analytics department and has had a major hand in developing and designing several of the current report formats. Lisa is responsible for analyzing clients’ current online marketing campaigns and identifying opportunities to increase sales and web presence. Oh, and she is a huge Texans and JJ Watt fan!

    Skills:

    • Google-Analytics
    • BigCommerce
    • Google-Tag-Manager
    • Optimizely
    • wordpress

    Erika Suarez Director of Sales and Business Development

    Erika is the Director of Sales and Business Development at Pear. She ensures all new clients get up and running smoothly, and ensures the SEO and PPC teams have what they need to succeed. Erika graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a major in Business Management and a concentration in International Business. She loves working on Social Media Management and is currently working on her Google AdWords certification.

    Skills:

    Google-Analytics
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Meet our Board of Advisors

  • Morris Miller is currently the CEO of Xenex Healthcare Systems. He is also the founder of Sequel and Cutstone Ventures, where he invests in and acts as an advisor to numerous startup and established technology companies such as Inventables, OptimizedNow and Golfballs.com.

    Previously, Morris was co-founder and President/CEO of Rackspace Hosting, Inc. which now has more than 175,000 customers, over $1 billion in annual revenue, and a market cap in excess of $4 billion.

    Prior to Rackspace, Morris started Curtis Hill Publishing, the first company to publish Texas case law on CD-ROM. Early in his career, Morris was an attorney at Matthews & Branscomb, now part of Cox Smith, San Antonio’s oldest and largest law firm. He is an alumnus of Phillips Exeter Academy, The University of Texas at Austin and The Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University.

    Morris Miller Board Member

    Morris Miller is currently the CEO of Xenex Healthcare Systems. He is also the founder of Sequel and Cutstone Ventures, where he invests in and acts as an advisor to numerous startup and established technology companies such as Inventables, OptimizedNow and Golfballs.com.

    Previously, Morris was co-founder and President/CEO of Rackspace Hosting, Inc. which now has more than 175,000 customers, over $1 billion in annual revenue, and a market cap in excess of $4 billion.

    Prior to Rackspace, Morris started Curtis Hill Publishing, the first company to publish Texas case law on CD-ROM. Early in his career, Morris was an attorney at Matthews & Branscomb, now part of Cox Smith, San Antonio’s oldest and largest law firm. He is an alumnus of Phillips Exeter Academy, The University of Texas at Austin and The Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University.

  • Pat is a co-founder of Rackspace Hosting (NYSE: RAX) and was instrumental in the growth of the company, including the WebMail acquisition in 2007.  Pat is passionate about helping startups and growing the technology and startup community in San Antonio, especially for the younger generation.

    According to the Rivard Report, “Pat is passionate about seeing entrepreneurs (and small businesses) succeed, and has served as a mentor for many different startups, including FreshBooksGreenlingJivetickets, Webmail,Zippykid and Pear Analytics. Recently, he has been helping Graham Weston and Nick Longo create Geekdom, a new type of collaborative workspace where entrepreneurs, technologists, developers, makers and creatives come together to build businesses. This workspace was instrumental in bringing Techstars, a startup incubator, here to the Alamo City.”

    Pat Condon Board Member

    Pat is a co-founder of Rackspace Hosting (NYSE: RAX) and was instrumental in the growth of the company, including the WebMail acquisition in 2007.  Pat is passionate about helping startups and growing the technology and startup community in San Antonio, especially for the younger generation.

    According to the Rivard Report, “Pat is passionate about seeing entrepreneurs (and small businesses) succeed, and has served as a mentor for many different startups, including FreshBooksGreenlingJivetickets, Webmail,Zippykid and Pear Analytics. Recently, he has been helping Graham Weston and Nick Longo create Geekdom, a new type of collaborative workspace where entrepreneurs, technologists, developers, makers and creatives come together to build businesses. This workspace was instrumental in bringing Techstars, a startup incubator, here to the Alamo City.”

  • Over his career, Tom Cuthbert has grown multiple businesses in entertainment, restaurants and marketing.  He has successfully raised over $68 million in capital from leading investors including JP Morgan, Austin Ventures, Lazard and Sierra Ventures.  Tom is widely respected as an innovative business growth consultant, marketing expert and experienced CEO.

    Cuthbert is one of the leading industry voices regarding online advertising.  In 2005, Cuthbert founded Click Forensics (now Adometry). The company was acquired by Google in 2014.

    Tom has spoken on the topics of online advertising and business growth at top industry events, including ad:tech, AlwaysOn and the Search Engine Strategies conference.  He has also appeared as an industry expert on CNBC and Bloomberg television.  Tom is frequently tapped by leading newspapers and magazines for his views on advertising and business and has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Red Herring, Forbes and Associated Press.  Cuthbert also founded and chairs the Click Quality Council, which represents more than 100 leading advertisers. Click Forensics has been honored by several organizations including a Web 2.0 Launchpad winning company.

    Cuthbert stepped back as CEO and from day-to-day involvement in January of 2010 to pursue other business interests and spend time with his family.  He remains a member of the board of directors and active participant in the advertising community.

    Today Tom chairs a CEO group for Vistage International and serves on several boards.  His focus is business growth and works to help people who run companies become much more effective while working fewer hours and improving their personal life.  Tom enjoys time with his family, traveling, exploring wine and reading.

     

    Tom Cuthbert Strategic Advisor

    Over his career, Tom Cuthbert has grown multiple businesses in entertainment, restaurants and marketing.  He has successfully raised over $68 million in capital from leading investors including JP Morgan, Austin Ventures, Lazard and Sierra Ventures.  Tom is widely respected as an innovative business growth consultant, marketing expert and experienced CEO.

    Cuthbert is one of the leading industry voices regarding online advertising.  In 2005, Cuthbert founded Click Forensics (now Adometry). The company was acquired by Google in 2014.

    Tom has spoken on the topics of online advertising and business growth at top industry events, including ad:tech, AlwaysOn and the Search Engine Strategies conference.  He has also appeared as an industry expert on CNBC and Bloomberg television.  Tom is frequently tapped by leading newspapers and magazines for his views on advertising and business and has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Red Herring, Forbes and Associated Press.  Cuthbert also founded and chairs the Click Quality Council, which represents more than 100 leading advertisers. Click Forensics has been honored by several organizations including a Web 2.0 Launchpad winning company.

    Cuthbert stepped back as CEO and from day-to-day involvement in January of 2010 to pursue other business interests and spend time with his family.  He remains a member of the board of directors and active participant in the advertising community.

    Today Tom chairs a CEO group for Vistage International and serves on several boards.  His focus is business growth and works to help people who run companies become much more effective while working fewer hours and improving their personal life.  Tom enjoys time with his family, traveling, exploring wine and reading.

     

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